A cold front moves through tonight, dropping temperatures down into the low 30s by morning. Showers wrap up early for most, though some lingering showers are possible across the higher peaks.
Friday will be bright, blustery, and cold. High temperatures stay in the upper 30s. Wind gusts approach 30-35 mph out of the northwest and will wind down by dusk. Damage and power issues are unlikely.
Cold air sticks around on Saturday. A few flurries or snow showers are possible in the afternoon and evening, but impacts will be minor. Highs will only be in the 30s.
There will be more sunshine on Sunday, but that will not help much with temperatures. It stays in the 30s through the day.
Still watching the storm for Monday. It's looking more likely that the track will stay to our west and mild air will surge in leading to mostly rain Monday and Monday night.
The next storm after this will be Wednesday, and there is a better potential for wintry precip with it. More details on that later.
Have a great night.